Loosies | April 9th, 2017

Another Gorillaz single to add to the collection, Frank Ocean easing his way out to the public eye, and a handful of Trap bangers that go for gold.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | April 7th, 2017

Two years removed from his debut LP and Joey Bada$$ has taken a remarkable turn in hopes of becoming a political force in the Hip-Hop ether.
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Music Reviews | April 6th, 2017

Pushing his character to a threshold never before witnessed, Father John Misty's latest LP goes above and beyond typical pretentiousness and gloating.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | April 3rd, 2017

After serving time in an Austrian prison for a false rape allegation, Freddie Gibbs has returned to the states, and is more angered than ever.
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Loosies | April 2nd, 2017

The return of Kendrick Lamar dominates our loosies, despite some amicable protest from Sufjan Stevens, Joey Badass, and more.
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Past Greatness | April 1st, 2017

The fourth installment of Past Greatness has us taking our time machine back one decade. Crossovers between Electronic, Indie, and Pop fulfill our list.
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Music Reviews | March 30th, 2017

Sometimes a great musical discovery appears on your doorstep. The mysterious Kelly Lee Owens has just dropped her debut LP, and it's a wonderful collection of Tech House.
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Loosies | March 26th, 2017

Gorillaz. That's really all that needs to be said. But if you need more, how about Kendrick Lamar, Perfume Genius, and Drake? Yeah, that'll do it.
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Music Reviews | March 24th, 2017

For their first record in six years, Tonstartssbandht takes what they've learned in the interim to craft a beautifully-arranged LP of Neo-Psychedelia.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | March 22nd, 2017

Despite this being his second go-around on Strange Music, Murs' music has been anything but. Captain California is another run-of-the-mill underground West Coast record.
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Loosies | March 19th, 2017

A rather slow week that only found a few notable singles being released. Flatbush Zombies, Arca, and Weezer, yes Weezer, are just some of the artists for this week.
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Music Reviews | March 17th, 2017

After the successful Hopelessness proved political activism and dance floor rallying cry could intermingle, Paradise hopes to capture that same essence.
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Music Reviews | March 15th, 2017

Two brothers from Florida create Experimental Pop with incredible Lo-Fi tendencies, smashing raucous noise against a recreated Disney number. That's An When for you.
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Loosies | March 12th, 2017

Another hodgepodge of genres clashing here, dominated by the epic return of Indie Folk kingpins Fleet Foxes. Oh, and Frank Ocean dropped a single. That's always news.
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Music Reviews | March 10th, 2017

For his first official LP outside of The Antlers, Peter Silberman reflects on a tenuous struggle with a debilitating hearing ailment, going further into the recesses.
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Music Reviews | March 7th, 2017

Electronic music with a beating heart. That's the sounds of Blanck Mass, a producer who joins the organic with the mechanical.
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Loosies | March 5th, 2017

The return of not just Lorde after a three-year absence, but Fatboy Slim too, returning to the style of his older material. Interesting week, to say the least.
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Music Reviews | March 3rd, 2017

While still busy in the Alternative scene, Yoni Wolf and company hasn't released an album under Why? in five years. That changed today with Moh Lhean.
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Hip-Hop Reviews | March 2nd, 2017

Merely one week removed from his self-titled LP, Future returns for another 17-track affair. Hndrxx improves upon last week's poor endeavor, but only slightly so.
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Past Greatness | March 1st, 2017

The third installment of Past Greatness finds us admiring a selection of high-quality material from the emerging Art Rock scene of the early 1970's.
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